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Foxcatcher trailer arrives

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It's the film that everyone in Cannes is raving about.

Foxcatcher, director Bennett Miller's follow-up to the impeccable baseball drama Moneyball, is another original take on a popular American sport. This time, it's wrestling and the gruesome true story of a wealthy eccentric who trains and ultimately murders his young protégé.

A virtually unrecognisable Steve Carell takes on the lead role, in a performance that many are saying will win him the Best Actor Oscar, while Channing Tatum, Mark Ruffalo and Vanessa Redgrave also star.

The trailer has landed and, if possible, we're even more excited for the film after watching it.

Foxcatcher hits cinemas later this year

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